CARSON, California – Philip Rivers earned the NFL record for complete tracking and most brands started a game and the highest percentage of games like Los Angeles Chargers won the 45-10 victory of the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
The 15-year-old veteran made 25 in advance and in the 29th, he had 259 meters and three three-quarter touchdowns. In addition, the match was the 11th straight.
The rivers made 25 direct routes in the first 2 1/2 quarters, marking Ryan Tannehill's mark for 2015. Dolphins QB finished seven final payments against Tennessee Titans on October 18, 2015, and then their first 18 weeks next week to Houston Texans.
"It was an effective day to say, at least, they were so many boys for a car, but it was a fun day," said Rivers.
The river – said he did not know where he was near Tannehill – marked the mark with Keenan Allen in the middle of the midway point of the plain during the third quarter. In the end, he only attacked the next game and did not have the opportunity to go to Austin Ekeler.
The rivers earned Mark Brunell a reputation for ending the game. Brunella did 22 live against Washington Redskins against Houston Texans on September 24, 2006. The rivers passed 96.8 percent accuracy by Kurt Warner 92.3 percent, when it was established on the 24th of January 26 against Arizona Jacksonville.
Cardinals (2-9) won 10-0 with scores in the first two positions, with Chargers (8-3) getting eight touchdowns in eight positions.
Mike Williams and Melvin Gordon also got two touchdowns, both Ekeler and Allen. Gordon joined the sixth league in the game before taking 61th position in the third quarter before suffering a knee injury.
Ekeler had 103 meters of scrimmage (35 rushing, 68 received).
"It was hot, boys were open and separated and catching," said Anthony Lynn, coach coach. "We played a complete football game. It started to slow but we made adjustments and the boys responded".
Josh Rosen grew up in Manhattan Beach and played at UCLA from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., 105 p. David Johnson is 63 meters long. Cardinals lost 108 meters in the first quarter, but the remaining 41.
"From now on we talked about the road, we started fast. We thought we did, lowering the first unit and taking different scoring, and from that point, the wheels fell slightly." Cardinals coach Steve Wilks said.
Arizona managed to open it up when it reached when Larry Fitzgerald caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Rosen. He captured his first career at the StubHub Center in the 41st stadium at Fitzgerald's reception. Cardinals released Phil Dawson's 30-meter pitch.
The charger accelerated rapidly in the second quarter of 28 points. Williams got into the 15-minute lead in Los Angeles for fifteen minutes and in just a few minutes, Gordon spent seven minutes in a 28-meter race.
Gordon capitalized Derwin James with 5-yard TD interference and Williams added his second score to midfield 2 yard, 16 seconds after midfielder.
The rivers were 19 in19 in the first half of 187 meters. According to SportRadar, 15 or more years in the first half attempted the first perfect Warren Moon at the age of 16 against the wolf from Seattle on November 1, 1998.
BOSA SHORT BREAK
At the end of the defense, Joey Bosa, missing nine nine games on the left foot last week, had two sacks and five rounds.
"I felt more confident that I passed through the last week by 31," said Bosa. "It was amazing to get a sack, it was too long for sacks. It was fun."
Cardinals: Josh Bynes linebacker suffered a second thumb injury. Wilks said the injury will not be serious.
Chargers: Gordon did not return after knee injuries. Lynn said Monday that he would like to know more: "Fortunately, what happened is not serious. Its sustainability has been good this season."
Cardinals: return home to face Green Bay next Sunday.
Chargers: Travel to Pittsburgh for the first time on Sunday for the game.